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MGW SCWOCL 
MASSACHUSETTS 




SECRETARY: Maureen O'Donnell 
BUSINESS MANAGER: Joe Vecchione 



SALES 



Fred Nardo 
Kevin Libby 
Bob O'Hayre 



Cheryl Wheelwright 
Sue Prentice 
John Simpson 



ADVERTISING 



Bob Settino 
Gail Savage 



Gail Carraher 
Winnie Bates 



SPORTS 

Norm Edminster 
Janet Keefe 



ORGANIZATIONS 

Laurie O'Donnell 
Sheila Devin 



"Thou wert my guide, philosopher, and friend" 

—Pope 




These three, "guide", "philoso- 
pher" and "friend" are but a 
few of the qualities that have 
endeared him to our class. 
From the many well-liked and 
academically worthy of a dedi- 
cation, we selected this one 
teacher "admired by all." 

His combination of qualities 
can best be described as "Em- 
pathy." Indeed in the blend, 
is an excellence in academic 
ability and a keen sense of un- 
derstanding of student respons- 
es. He has the knack of mak- 
ing education interesting, rath- 
er than tedious. His keen sense 
of humor and warm personality 
add to his dedication to teach- 
ing and gains him the complete 
admiration of every student. 

When classes are done he fur- 
ther endears himself to us 
by his unselfish participation 
in extra-curricular activities. He 
is the real_ friend of every stu- 
dent. 

We, the class of 1967, extend 
our sincere appreciation to you, 
Mr. Kearin A. Dunn. 




MR. WILLIAM RIPLEY, JR. 

Superintendent of Schools 
P.H.S. — Brown University and E.D.M. — Harvard University 




Ed.M.-Boston University MR. FRANK WUNSCHEL, JR. 

M.A.— UCLA plus 60 hours A.G.S. B.S.— Boston University 

A.M. — Boston University 
30 Hours A.G.S. 

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MISS MARION SULLIVAN 

A.B. Boston University 




MR. DONALD READE 

A.B. Dickinson College and four 
hours A.G.S. 




MR. GUILFORD ALLEN 

B.S. Boston University 





MR. CURTIS COLLINS 

B.S. Holy Cross College; M.Ed. Boston State 



MR. FRANK A. MacDONALD 

A.B. Bowdoin College; M.A.L.S. Wesleyan 




MRS. CAROL KOCK 

B.A. University of Massachusetts 



MISS MARGARET DUNCAN 

B.S. Boston State College 




MISS PATRICIA COULTRIP 
B.A. Knox College 




MR. THEODORE FINNERTY 
A.B. A.M. Boston College 



Department Chairman: Miss Sullivan 



MRS. ELEANOR CROAN 
3 B.S. Emerson College 





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MR. GINO DI GIROLAMO 

B.A., Merrimack College M.Ed. Boston 
University 30 hours A.G.S. 



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MR. CHARLES DAVIS 

B.A., Boston University 30 hours A.G.S. 




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MRS. JUDITH O NEIL 

A.B., Pembroke College 




MR. ROY CEDERHOLM 
B.A., Boston University 



MISS JANE YOUNG 
B.S., Simmons College 



MR. KEARIN DUNN 

B.S. Boston University 




Chairman, Mr. Gino DiGirolamo 
Director, Mr. William McCallum 



MRS. DOROTHY BATES 

B.S., State College at Bridgewater 




MR. JOHN LEARY 
B.A., M.A.; Boston College 



MR. WILLIAM McCALLUM 
B.A., M.Ed.; Boston University 



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MR. A. WARD GRANT 
B.S., Keene State College M.A., and 
13 hours A.G.S. 




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MR. SAMUAL ERBE 

B.A., Eastern Nazarene College; M.Ed., Boston 
State College 




MISS CLAIRE CUSHING 
B.A., Emmanuel College; M.A.T. 
Brown University 



Department Chairman: Mr. Thompson 




MR. ROBERT THOMPSON 

A.B., American International University, M.Ed. 
Boston University 




MR. LOUIS DeANGELIS 
B.S., University of Richmond; M.S., Boston 
University 




MR. JAMES FRANEY 

B.S., Boston College, and extra hours 




MR. BRUCE WILLIAMS 

B.A., Brown University 




MISS MARY BABAIAN 

B.S., Bridgewater State College 



MR. EVERETT DORR 

B.S.. Boston University and 33 hours in health 









MR. EDWARD SHEEHAN 

B.S., M.A. Boston College; and 27 
hours Bridgewater State College A.G.S. 



Department Chairman: Mr. Shaw 




MR. JOHN SHAW 

B.S., M.Ed., Boston University 



MR. DONALD KELLY 

Boston University; and 12 hours A.G.S. 




MR. EDWIN LEACH 
A.B. Harvard University; M.Ed.; Boston 
University 




MRS. JEAN THOMPSON 





MR. JOHN RACCUIA 

B.A., M.A., Suffolk University 




MR. HENRY ROLTZ 
A. A. Boston University B.A. University 
of Wisconsin 



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MR. MELVIN COHEN 
A.B. Boston University M.Ed., 
Bridgewater State College 

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MR. WALTER HUGHES 
B.S., Boston State College, and 36 hours 
A.G.S. 




DR. ROBERT SCEERY 



MR. MANUEL MARKS, MR. DONALD MR. PATRICK PLANT 

HERNAN, MR. LOUIS SORIENTO, MR. Northeastern University and 33 hours A.G.S. 

NORMAN JAMES MR. CHARLES STOVER , , 



Language/ DopojdHUtodb 




MRS. CHERIE LEWENBURG 

B.A., University of Massachusetts 




MR. GEORGE FORTIN 

B.S., Boston University 




MR. ELMER LADOUCEUR 
B.S., Rhode Island State College 



Department Chairman: Miss Andrian 




MISS GAIL ANDRIAN 

B.A., M.A., Boston University; Cert Sorbonne; 
Cert Un. de Nice; Cert Un. de Lille 



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MR. PAUL PRESCOTT 

B.S., Gorham State College; 



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MR. THOMAS O'NEIL 
A.B., Brown University 




MISS CAROLYN GRAY 

B.S., Boston University 




MRS. GERALDYNE KARLE 

. B.S., Boston College 




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MRS. MARY PHIPPS 

B.S., M.A., Columbia University 



MR. HARRY RODGERS 

B.M., Boston Conservatory 




MISS MARGARET MR. THOMAS LUCAS 

PRIDE B.F.A., Massachusetts College 

B.A. Penn State University and of Art 
14 hours A.G.S. 




MRS. PATRICIA 
WUNSCHEL 

B.S., Boston University; M.S. 
Simmons College 




MRS. HOPE GLOVE 
French School of Design 




MRS. BEATRICE JOHNSON 

B.S., Boston University 




MISS MILDRED NELSON 

B.S., Boston University 




MRS. MILDRED WOOMER 



MISS MARJORIE 
HOLMAN 

Simmons College 




MRS. RUTH BACIGALUPO 




MRS. DOROTHEA 
CASEY 



MRS. LOUISE SANDS 



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VICE PR££fD£NT: G^o^cj Bo<jt 
TREASURER,: l&JttfiW MuWuj 



CUR, |W ABROAD: 
TdoMOS Jo&f>fi/ Be/wtj, 




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DAVID LAWRENCE AINSLIE BARBARA THERESA ANDERSON 

"Seize the present day, trust the future as "Easier to know, easier to get along with." 

little as possible." 




MARIE ELLEN ANDERSON PATRICIA JUNE ARNOLD 

"I know a smile I love to see." "Some angel guide my pencil while I draw." 



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LEE RONALD ARONER LINDA ANN BARTLETT 

"Be gone dull days — you and I will never "Quiet and reliable, a good friend to have." 

agree." 




WINIFRED CHARLOTTE BATES JEAN MARIE BOYER 

"Laughter and common sense— a real combi- "The eyes are the window of the soul." 

nation." 



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GREGORY ALFRED BOYT EVANGELINE CAPATI 

"The greatest pleasure in life is doing what "Sincerity has charm all its own." 

people say you cannot do." 





LINDA JANE CAMPBELL GAIL FRANCES CARRAHER 

"California here I come!." "Silence is golden"????? 



PATRICK JAMES CASEY CARY ROBERT CHAMBERLAIN 

"A sense of humor, a knack of being him- "Who me? Not I!" 

self." 




SHEILA MARIE DEVIN NORMAN ALAN EDMINSTER 

"Happiness pursued is like a butterfly, al- "Consideration for others is the basis for 

ways eluding us, but when quietly awaited good life and a good society." 
it may alight beside us." 



SUZANNE MARIE FEOLA SUSAN GENE FINK 

"A lifetime of happiness! No man alive "The most utterly lost of all days is that 

could bear it! It would be hell on earth!" one in which we have not once laughed. 




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PAMELA BURNSIDE FLINT 
"Live as if you were to die tomorrow." 




LESLIE JEANNE FORTIER 

"The loss which is not known is no loss 
at all" 




COLETTE CONNOR FORD 

"If a man takes no interest in public affairs, 
we alone do not commend him as quiet, but 
condemn him as useless." 




JAMES MATTHEW GRAHAM III 
"I was gratified to be able to answer prompt- 
ly, and I did. I said I didn't know." 



JAMES HENRY GUILFOYLE KATHLEEN ELIZABETH HERNAN 

"I am the master of my fate, I am the "Today I have grown taller from walking, 

captain of my soul." 




PAUL JOSEPH HOFFMAN JR. 
"Ambition is the mind's immodesty.' 



KIMBERLY HOLLINGSHEAD 
"A good disposition is universally admired." 




LINDA CAROLINE HOOPER MARY ELLEN HUNT 

"A special capacity for just being nice." "I am a fool, I know it; and yet, Heaven 

help me; I am poor enough to be a wit." 




DOROTHY MARIE INFUSINO 
'Candle of friendship lights her way. 




/ 



MARION LOUISE JONES 

"What you don't know would make a great 
book." 




JANET HELEN KEEFE ELLEN THERESA KELLEHER 

"The truly generous is truly wise." "In giving advice seek to help, not to please 

your friend." 



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IAN MICHAEL KERR 

"Often imitated, but never duplicated.' 



RICHARD KWOK 

"Silence is strength." 






MARY EVA LITCHFIELD MICHAEL MOORE LUCKEY 

'Life is just one darn thing after another." "A great victor, in defeat as great, no 

more no less; always himself." 




CARL NORWOOD MARTIN ORIN KENNETH MARTIN III 

"If they can do it, I can." "To be what we are, and to become what 

we are capable of being — that is the way 
of life." 





FREDERICK STEPHEN NARDO JACQUELYN THERESE NEAGLE 

"There's not a minute of our lives should "Unaffected, little to say, she enjoys life 

stretch without a pleasure." in her quiet way." 



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ROBERT PERRY NILSEN 
'All things are possible to him that believes." 



CHRIS NISWANDER 
" To be worthy, not respectable, and wealthy, 
not rich; to think quietly, talk gently, 
act frankly; to bear all cheerfully. This is my 
symphony." 








ROBERT JEFFREY O'HAYRE, JR. 
"Every day should be passed as if it were 
our last." 




JOHN DAVID OLDFIELD 
"Ever shall your welcome be because of your 
personality." 





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DOUGLAS CHANDLER ORR 
"Imagination is more important than knowl- 
edge." 



STEPHEN BREWSTER PATTYSON 
'Man is born to live; not to prepare to live. 




SUSAN CLARE PRENTICE 
"Breaking out in smiles." 



LYNNE VIVA PRESCOTT 
"We are here to add what we can to, not 
what we can from, life." 



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DARLEEN FRANCES RITTER RUSSELL DOUGLAS SALYARDS 

"Humor is the harmony of the heart." "I have laid aside business and gone a- 

fishin'." 






NICHOLAS HAYWARD STANNARD SANDRA LOUISE TOWLE 

"In the immortal words of John Wilkes " lt is wisdom to believe the heart" 

Booth— NO ! 




ELAINE CHRISTIN VARUNES JOSEPH ANTHONY VECCHIONE 

"The smile that won't come off." "He was so generally civil, no one thanked 

him for it." 




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Senior High Band 



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AV-Club 



Ice Hockey 



Stage Crew 



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Class Officer 



Dramatic Club 



Class Carwash 



Senior Class Play 



Girls Glee Club 



Yearbook Staff 



Mixed Chorus 



Class Dance 



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Press Club 



Class Cake Sale 



Pep Club 



Current Events Club 



Spanish Club 



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Gym Leaders 



French Club 



Modern Dance Club 



Debating Society 



Math Club 



News Club 



A.F.S. Club 



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Tennis 



Future Teacher's Club 



Softball 



Art Club 



A.F.S. Semi-Finalists 



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Troll 



Transfer Student 



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STEVE RICHARDS 


BETSY REARDON 


JUDY RANCORE 


PETER PURCELL 


LYNNE PRESCOTT 


DICK KWOK 


GEL CAPATI 


PETER HITT 


GEOFF HOBBES 


MIMI HUNT 


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CARL MARTIN 


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GINA McEWAN 


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SUZIE MORRISON 


KATHY MULCAHY 


FRED NARDO 


JACKIE NEAGLE 


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SUE PRENTICE 


SHERRY PRATT 


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WITTIEST MOST BASHFUL MOST SINCERE 




Winnie Bates, Fred Nardo Richard Kwok, Linda Campbell Joe Vecchione, Helen Mitchell 



FRIENDLIEST TYPICAL TEENS MOST ANGELIC 




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Peter Hitt, Sandy McCormick 



MOST DEVILISH BEST PERSONALITY 




Fred Nardo and Mimi Hunt Gail Carraher and Bob Settino 



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NUTTIEST 




Fred Nardo and Mimi Hunt 



Appumi By 



MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT 




CLASS BLUSHERS 




Kevin Libby, Sheila Devin Pat Casey, Helen Mitchell 



MOST "CHARMING" 




Laurie O'Donnell, Peter Purcell 
CLASS FLIRTS 



MOST ATHLETIC 





LUCKIEST IN LOVE 




John Simpson and Patty Arnold 
MOST TALKATIVE 




Ann Poland, Pat Casey 



Mike Luckey, Janet Keefe 



Gail Carraher, Fred Nardo 



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dote '67 

WHY TEACHERS GO MAD CUTEST DONE MOST FOR C.H.S. 




Fred Nardo, Mimi Hunt Greg Boyt, Kathy Mulcahy Kevin Libby, Linda Sargent 



BEST COMBINATION OF BEAUTY & BRAINS MOST TALENTED 




Doug Orr and Sue Fink John Oldfield and Winnie Bates 



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WINIFRED BATES MICHAEL LUCKEY 

D.A.R. Representative Student Government Day 

Representative 



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THOUGHTS FROM SWEDEN 



Tattbgvagens, 
Saltsjobaden, 
Sweden 



THE ONE SPECIAL QUALITY I HAVE GAINED FROM MY EXPERIENCE 
WITH A.F.S. IS UNDERSTANDING. AFTER HAVING LIVED IN SWEDEN, 
THE COUNTRY MORE ADVANCED IN MANY WAYS BUT STILL BEHIND 
THE UNITED STATES IN MANY OTHERS, I WILL LOOK UPON LIFE WITH 
A BROADER PERSPECTIVE. 

A VERY IMPORTANT THING OFTEN OVERLOOKED IS THE INFLUENCE 
OF CERTAIN PEOPLE ON A STUDENT'S LIFE. I VERY DEEPLY THANK 
EVERY SUPPORTER OF THE COHASSET CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN 
FIELD SERVICE FOR THEIR VERY POSITIVE INFLUENCE ON MY LIFE, AND 
MORE CLOSELY ON MY EDUCATION. 



SINCERELY YOURS, 




TOM BERRY 



lite/ Id&oJl Qtodcw <wAj Boy 



Hair of Gail Savage 

Eyes of Judy Rancore 

Complexion of Sandy Towle 

Figure of Cheryl Wheelwright 

Walk of Sandy Waaser 

Personality of Sue Fink 

Peppiness of Kathy Mulcahy 

Generosity of Colette Ford ^ | 

Smile of Susan Prentice ^^^^^ 

Profile of Cheryl Wheelwright JMi tyF* 

Laugh of Sheila Devin ' ' — ^ 

Dancing ability of Susan Prentice <-/2*- ^ 

Brains of Kim Hollingshead jt^^O 

Athletic ability of Sue Williams "I^y^A 

Voice of Helen Mitchel J 

Sincerity of Darleen Ritter /~Z%tk - 

Dependability of Maureen O'Donnell ^ 

Kindness of Dotty Infusino 

Musical ability of Patty Arnold 

Spirit of Sheila Devin 

Legs of Ann Poland 

Looks of Sue Fink 

Wit of Gail Carraher 

Manners of Kim Hollingshead 

Imagination of Maureen O'Donnell 

Dimples of Linda Hooper 

Neatness of Linda Bartlett 

Disposition of Kim Hollingshead 

Friendliness of Lynne Prescott 

Artistic ability of Patty Arnold 



Hair of Orin Martin 

Eyes of Ian Kerr 

Complexion of Geoff Hobbs 

Build of John Oldfield 

Walk of Pat Casey 

Personality of Fred Nardo 

Generosity of Norman Edminster 

Smile of Cary Chamberlain 

L/^f 5 ^ Profile of Mike Luckey 

f\ Laugh of Bob O'Hayre 

C - J da Dancing ability of Bob Settino 

/r^—nCT fcj) Brains of Mike Luckey 

SjTS^s! Sjjjy Athletic ability of Kevin Libby 

291 Vv\ V / Voice of Nick Stannard 

|H\/ ' fJ Sincerity of Norman Edminster 

II I Dependability of Tom Berry 

l *mlMfJJI Kindness of Joe Vecchione 

/^nV? Musical ability of Nick Stannard 

\\/ Spirit of Kevin Libby 

Looks of E d O rt °ri 

Manners of Norman Edminster 

Imagination of p eter Hitt 

Dimples of E d Orton 

Neatness of Gf eg Boyt 

Friendliness of J ohn Simpson 

Artistic ability of Dick Kwok 



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Chris Stannard: President 
Margit Pearson: Vice-President 
Sandra Stovold: Treasurer 
Kay Tousley: Secretary 




R 1: J. Skehan, N. Sencabaugh, T. Watson, J. McNeil, 
K. Tousley, S. Stovold, A. Vecchione, L. Mulhern, K. Tal- 
ari co, E. Souther. R 2: A. Spinzola, M. Wilcoxson, J. 
Polito, S. Smith, M. Stanton, Mr. Boltz. R 3: R. Whipple, 
J. Thompson, R. Williams, R. Snowdale, D. Sullivan, K. 
White. 




R 1: S. Collins, A. Ashjian, J. Emmanuello, D. Burns, N. 
Crolius, P. Dowding, S. Bohmer, V. Barnes, M. Buckley, 
P. Burke, C. Davis. R 2: B. Donoven, T. Hall, J. Colpitts, 
R. Flanagan, D. Cameron, G. Dormitzer, J. Hurley, R. 
James, W. Judd, J. Feran Mr. Reade. 




R 1: D. O'Connell, S. Gardner, P. Prentice, A. Noonan, 
S. Leonard J. Marks. J. Gleason, W. Kerr, B. Reynolds, 
M. Grimes. R 2; S. Stovold C. Smith, B. McGoodwin, T. 
Keating, D. Reddie, J. Peterson, J. Thomas, W. Murphy 
Mr. MacDonald. R 3: L. Fortier, C. Raymond M. Pear- 
son, C. Rose, J. McNeil, B. Luscombe W. Protulis, P. 
Murray, D. Ledoux, S. Parks 




R 1: L. Emmanuelo, K. Bailey, A. Leonard, A. Hathaway, 
P. Hill, B. Enders, M. A. Higgins, P. Bloomfeild, J. Crosbv, 
M. Hall. R 2: Mr. Collins, S. Gray, T. Harrington, C. 
Haberstroh, J. Hagen, D. Hassen, R. Henn, T. Maher, E. 
Goff, J. Henderson, M. Goodrich. 



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R 1: G. Litchfield, L. Ripley, S. Libby, B. McClellan, S. Camp- 
bell, N. Damon, A. Maree, B. Keegan, E. McAuIiffe, M. J. 
McCormick. R 2: J. Graham, C. Smith, B. MacDonald, D. Lehr, 
G. Pattison, R. Dutton, M. Emmanuelo, T. Jones, J. McGrath 
P. Cifrino. R 3: F. Koed, D. Mitchell, R. Vay, W. Nickerson, 
P. Neagle, C. Maloney J. Longo, C. Coleman, G. Cramer. 
R 4: Mr. Dunn, S. Day, P. Hobbs, J. Nardo, K. Martin, C. 
Kurtz, C. Marks, C. Rowe, D. Dolan. 




R 1: M. Calorio, L. Cogill, L. B'air, D. Johnson, K. Benedict, R L. Whipple, J. Souther, M. White D. Talarico, K. Turner, 
D. Block, D. Edminster, M. Cifrino, L. Congdon, A. Grinell. S. Stoughton, J. Shannon, M. Hunt, J. Dini, C. Jones, R 2: 
R 2: K. Cashin, K. Coddington, D. Brennock, D. Williams, D. D. Williams, N. Yocum, G. Peterson, K. Smith, Mrs. O'Neil. 
Clark, K. Bongiovanni, G. Ainslie, E. Aroner, H. Hanlon, Miss R 3,- D. Rogers B. Tilden, J. Sadler, J. O'Donnell, W. Robin- 
Young. R 3: A. Donze, M. Brown, S. Bentely, D. Bartlett, A. son, M. Timpany, D. Simeone. 
Hollingshead, M. Duggan, D. Anderson, H. White, J. Gile, M. 
Martin, J. Emanuello. * 



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Margaret Joyce: Vice-President 
Nancy Chase: Secretary 
Linda Macklin: Treasurer 
Billy McLaughlin: President 




R 1: B? Bates, J. Anderson, B. Carraher, H. Aulich, D. 
Higgins, C. Bartlett, M. Burke, J. Ajam, M. Allen, M. 
Ahearn. R 2: P. Bacari, J. Barry, R. Cambria, G. Carzis, 
A. Coblentz, M. Shammon, E. Jacobson, H. Bowker, P. 
Bilodeau, G. Buckley. R 3: L. Bloomfield, H. Carmody, G. 
Baker, P. Cifrino. 




R 1: C. Davis, P. Hall, J. Golden, K. Coddington, A. 
Corddry, B. Flaynagan, C. Rowe, C. Devin, D. Goodwin, 
M. Healy, R 2: E. Hathaway, P. Fiori, T. Grisdale, J. 
Hagen, D. Quigley, D. Gorden, P. Guilfoyle, E. Trayers, 
M. Berens, R 3: D. Grinnell, W. Dowding, L. Henderson, 
N. Chase, D. Greene, F. Feilding, G. Haberstroh 




R 1: R. Howe, K. Souther, C. Smullen, L. Russell, E. Tur- 
ner, S. Young, V. Watkins, K. Walsh, D. Prescott, C. 
Ray, R 2: S. Henry, K. Spalt, S. Spinzola, J. Salyards, M. 
Pratt, S. Wetzler, R. Stauss, J. Silvia, R. Smith, Miss 
Coultrip. R 3: R. Sargent, D. Wilmore L. Tousley, J. 
Talarico, L. Sorentino R. Thompson, P. Perroncello, P. 
Conner K. Winston. 




Row 1: L. Macklin, S. Luckey, E. O'Neil, S. Marsh, M. 
Joyce, E. Keefe, K. Martin, E. Lawlor, K. Hoffman, P. 
McGrath. R 2: M. Mahoney, J. McKinnell, W. McLaughlin 

B. James, C. Ketchum, L. Klines, M. Maher, R. Greene, 

C. Jones. R 3: L. Pape, S. Campbell, D. Knowles F. Iccacs, 
R. Muir, C. Marks, P. Laney N. Murray, F. Libby. 



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Row 1: K. Rhodes, R. Luker, T. Macklin, D. MacLean, B. 
Madge, D. Matteson, G. Hubbell. Row 2: L. McDonald, J. 
McLaughlin, E. Murphy, C. Nast, T. O'Connell, M. Oldfield, 
J. Ainslie. Row 3: L. Pattyson, C. Pierce, J. Plank, H. Rautiala, 
R. Reddy, C. Hunt, F. Richards. Row 4: N. Rose, D. Saldi, L. 
Smith, D. Emmons, J. Cogill, R. Patrolia. 




Standing: T. Sinopoli, P. Kurtz, R. White, C. Varunes, S. Sulli- 
van. Row 4: A. Tyaryar, S. Turner, K. Coleman, M. Tewksbury, 
W. Taylor. Row 3: R. Stoddard, L. Spinzola, N. Smalzel, N. 
Keegan, W. Phippen, S. Settino. Row 2: P. Rose, M. Prender- 
gast, P. Laugelle, J. Higgins, C. Patrolia. Row 5: P. Zook, N. 
Wood, S. Wolfe, C. Williams. 




Row 1: J. Hollingshead, K. Haskell, S. Hassan, T. Hanlon, Fv 
Grassie. Row 2: M. Koed, R. Kelleher, R. Guilfoyle, W. Judd, 
A. Murphy, J. Hunt. Row 3: C. O'Donnell, R. Ritter, R. 
Nickerson, B. Joseph, M. Londergan. Row 4: L. Rowe, I. Stone, 
P. Rutledge. Standing: B. Keating, B. Wood, J. Litchfield, D. 
Davis, M. Golden, P. Ballerino. 




Row 1: R. Goff, C. Fink, J. Gates, M. Geiger. Row 2: J. Cogill, 
D. Davis, D. Deal, P. Devin, R. Stamp, J. Dusossoit. Row 3: 
F. Broderick, E. Buckley, R. Carter, T. Cifrino, D. O'Donnell. 



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Row 1; J. Fiori, J. Florescu, P. Gile, F. Gilman, B. Goodfellow. 
R 2: L. Goodrich, N. Anderson, T. Green, J. Hall, G. Harris, 
S. Healy, M. Henderson. R 3: J. Hirsch, F. Huntwork, D. 
James, P. Joyce, D. Keefe, J. Figueiredo. R 4: H. Knowles, D. 
Kurtz, R. Mulligan, M. Smith. Standing: (R-L) M. Evans, J. 
Emmons, J. Hill, P. Kelleher, B. Buckley, R. Fernalld. 



R 1: M. McGrath, M. Mcdermott, P. McCarthy, G. Martin, J. 
Greene, K. Maher. R 2: P. Lehr, F. Moore, R. Mitchell, B. 
Mitchell, D. Mello, M. McPherson, P. Mcnulty. R 3: M. Lynch, 
R. Protulis, K. Prendergast, A. Madigan E. Perroncello, J. 
Patrolia. R 4: M. Sullivan, D. Stover, P. Smith, R. Rosano, R. 
Risso. Standing L-R G. Reardon, P. Mulhern, H. Ray. 




R 1: S. Souther, L. Spalt, J. Stoughton, M. Turner, H. Zook. 
R 2: S. Sadler, N. Libby, L. Siegrist, N. Sinopoli, A. Small, W. 
Smith, D. McNulty, R 3: N. Patrolia, S. Rhodes, S. Rowe, S. 
Roy, L. Rutledge, M. Young. R 4: Ben Whipple, F. Litchfield, 
C. Maclin, G. Jacobssen, R. White, Standing: S. Anderson, C. 
Emmons. 




R 1: K. Baily, D. Block, W. Burbridge, N. Coletti, L. Crosby, 
L. Edminster. R 2: D. Basmajian, C. Burke, S. Cone, J. Dean, 
C. Seeley, D. Chase. R 3: A. Boyt, L. Catler, J. Congdon, D. 
Devin, K. Buckly D. Corddry, R 4: A. Charles, C. Conlan, D. 
Downes, R. Antoine, N. Duggan. Standing: N. Bilodeau, J. 
Benedict, D. Brownell. 



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working ? 

"Well it's this way" 




Go Mike go all the way R US s about to make another TD 



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'Come on ##c*? KILL em' 




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mm 




Sandy McCormick, Sue Prentice, Debbie Woomer, Laurie O'Donnell, Kathy Mulcahy, Sheila Devin, Pat Burke, 
Sandy Stovold, and Margit Pearson. 




Captain: Kathy 



■■■■■■■■ 





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Sheila 



Laurie 




(L-R) J. McGrath, S. Pattyson, G. Hobbs, K. White, T. Keating, N. Stannard, G. Boyt, P. Casey, M. Luckey, K. Libby, 
N. Edminster, P. Murray, J. Hagan, D. Hassan, and Mr. Dorr. 



SCORES: 



CHS 52 

CHS 23 

CHS 57 

CHS 55 

CHS 41 

CHS 74 

CHS 43 



Duxbury 41 

W. Bridge 48 

Avon 60 

E. Bridge 86 

Norwell 76 

Vo-Tech 63 

Holbrook 72 



CHS 65 

CHS 43 

CHS 31 

CHS 37 

CHS 49 

CHS 48 

CHS 69 



Sac. Heart 57 

Duxbury 47 

Hanover 74 

W. Bridge 56 

Apponequet .... 65 

Hull 82 

Marshfield 61 





(L-R) Mr. Williams, D. Mitchell, C. Coleman, E. Aroner, D. Ainsley, K. Coddington, B. Dutton, C. Haberstroh, D. Brennock 
D. Simeone, J. Longo, and J. McGrath. 




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(L-R) D. Tosi, K. Coddington, M. Timpany, K. Bongiovanni, P. Neagle, D. Brennock, J. Thomas, T. Carlson, and R. Smith. 




(L-R) P. Laney, N. Murray, T. Mahar G. Buckley, R. Kiley, B. McLaughlin, D. Quigley, J. Hagan, P. Bilodeau, G. Haber- 
stroh, P. Baccari, K. Winston, M. Bloomfield. 




(L-R) Row 1 J. Cifrino, D. Tosi, M. Timpany, J. Henderson, N. Edminster, G. Dormitzer, J. Hagan, L Kerr, K. Coddington, D. 
Grinnell, Row 2 Mr. Davis, J. O'Donnell, D. Sullivan, M. Luckey, T. Keating, G. Boyt, D. Cameron, B. McGoodwin, P. Hitt, 
J. Lehr, J. Thomas, and Mr. Dunn. 



/UoysJiMG/ CWw{>$ '64 & '65 

DMSto*/ f( CWwfS '66 

Qootio Qim& JZdaxj Clta*wf>$ '66 



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(L-R) Row 1 J. Guilfoyle, G. Kramer, B. Henn, C. Rose, E. Goff, R. Whipple, F. Nardo Row 2 P. Murray, C. Haberstroh, J. 
Hagan, D. Hassan, B. Protulis, T. Hall, K. White, J. Hurley, and Mr. Leary. 



JVBftseJx*E 




(L-R) Row 1 J. Barry, D. Mitchell, M. Delaney, G. Baccari, K. Winston, Row 2 D. Simeone, G. Haberstroh, M. Marr, P. Bilo- 
deau, D. Brennock, B. McLaughlin, B. MacDonald, and Mr. Collins. 



Vwrty PiM Hockey 






i i r 


t M 




/ 


i | 




1 









Koif 1 L-R P. Hill, M. Duggan, P. Hall, A. Grinnell, (co-capt), D. Talirico, (co-capt), K. Devin, H. White, D. Williams, Row 2 
J. Anderson, S. Luckey, B. Keefe, S. Grayken, B. Bates, D. McCullough, S. Wetzler, L. Ripley, J. Soyther, Row 3 S. Mclntyre, 
S. Libby (mangrs.) 



VARSITY 



Norwell 


0. . 


. .CHS 


4 


Hull 


1. . 


. .CHS 


3 


Hanover 


1. . 


. .CHS 


1 


Duxbury 


1. . 


. .CHS 


1 


West Bridgewater 


4. . 


. .CHS 





Marshfield 


4. . 


. .CHS 


1 


Holbrook 


0. . 


. .CHS 


5 


East Bridgewater 


0. . 


. .CHS 


3 


Apponoquet 


0. . 


. .CHS 


1 



The 1966 Field Hockey team 
amassed a record of 5-wins, 
2-ties, and 2-losses. Our team 
was strong both offensively and 
defensively, and this quality 
was especially shown when 
playing the league champions, 
Hanover, who we tied 1-1. 
With the excellent coaching of 
Miss Babaian, and the enthusi- 
asm she possessed, all found it a 
winning and most enjoyable 
season. 



J.V. 



Norwell 


2. . 


. .CHS 1 


Hull 


2. . 


. . CHS 1 


Hanover 


2. . 


. .CHS 


Duxbury 


4. . 


. . CHS 


West Bridgewater 


3. . 


. .CHS 1 


Marshfield 


7. . 


. .CHS 


Holbrook 


3. . 


. .CHS 3 


East Bridgewater 


1. . 


. .CHS 1 


Apponoquet 


0. . 


. .CHS 



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L-R: N. Sencabaugh, K. Bailey, S. Williams (co-capt.), W. Bates, J. Keefe (co-capt), P. Hobbs, A. Grinnell, S. Libby, M. Stanton 



Although the varsity lost many seniors last year, with an aggressive offense and tight 
defense the Varsity Basketball Team completed a most successful year having a total 
of 7 wins and 3 losses. 



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From L-R: D. Talarico, E. Hoffman, A. Hollingshead, B. Emmons, K. Martin S. Grayken, K. Spalt, M. Healy, S. Day S. Wetzler, 
K. Devin S. Luckey, J. Anderson, A. Corddry, P. Hall, M. Ahearn, C. Kurtz. 



Though many of the Junior Varsity members were new to the game of basketball, with 
a combination of great enthusiasm and untiring aggressiveness, they won or came close 
to winning many games. Among many things learned by the J.V. players was how 
to be a good sport. They remembered that it isn't if you win that counts, but it's 
how you play the game. 



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Front: E. Fitzpatrick, A. Leonard, M. Stannard, M. Anderson Back: P. Dowding, K. Bailey, S. Libby, S. Pratt, M. McCormick, 
D. Edminster. 





Leading 



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CRUNCH ! 6 Cohasset defenders gang up on Duxbury H.B. 
Bill Benson who scored the Duxbury T.D. on a run back 
of a goal line interception. 



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AOMJIBQ 





ACnvmes 

AOIVfTlES 



ACnvmES 
AcnvmES 
ACnvmES 

ACTMT1GQ 
AOmiBQ 




First Row L.-R. M. Pearson, D. Infusino (Treas.), G. Carraher (Vice Pres.) Miss Coultrip, M. Anderson 
(Pres.) M. O'Donnell (Seer), S. Williams Second Row L.-R. J. Marks, J. Perroncello, J. Stoughton, S. 
Healy, A. Hathaway, M. Buckley, M. A'Hearn, A. Ashjian, L. Henderson, A. Leonard, Third Row L.-R. E. 
Lawlor, K. Hollingshead, M. Higgins, P. Hall, M. Cifrino S. Morrison, J. Rancore. 



Gym/ LWs/tS Cktb 




First Row Left to Right — J. McNeil, G. Carraher, S. Maclntyre, A. Hathaway. Standing — D. Rit- 
ter, S. Towle, N. Sencabaugh. 




R 1: L. Sargent, S. Prentice, G. Capati, H. Mitchell, M. Pearson, S. Morrison, S. Devin, 
M. Stanton, L. Whipple, S. Young, C. Wheelright. R 2: D. Prescott, K. Tousley, M. 
Cifrino, B. Carraher, A. Corddry, S. Luckey, S. Wetzler, M. Duggan, K. Turner, C. 
Jones, B. McClellan, M. E. Martin, S. Stoughton, P. Singer, J. Anderson, Miss Adrian. 
R 3: D. Edminster, J. Shannon, M. A. Higgins, J. Gleason, R. Kwok, D. Mitchell, S. 
Parks, N. Edminster, W. Bates, B. Reynolds, P. Bloomfield, S. Williams. 




Those Meetings The Dances 



A Proud Father . . . Doctor Singer 
Daughter Gel Daughter Permelia 

This year's AFS family. 




M CM) 




First Row: L. Henderson, L. Whipple, C. Martin, D. Freedman, M. Congden, L. Emanuel lo, P. Hill, M. Stanton. 
Row 2 H. White, S. Fink, C. Wheelwright, J. Boyer, C. Davis, J. Gleason, A. Leonard, S. Young, Row 3 
D. Edminster, O. Martin, R. Goodwin, P. Hitt R. O'Hayre, R. Tosi, A. Grinnell. 




First Row: S. Park, L. Aroner, J. Henderson, J. Guilfoyle, W. Judd, R. James, Row 2 Mr. Sheehan, L. Allen, 
C. Beacock, K. Haskell, N. Wood, I. Stone, N. Rose, Row 3 B. Taylor, C. Jones, J. McKinnell, C. Haber- 
stroh, J. Thomas, B. Joseph. 



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Row 1. M. Pearson, G. Capati, J. Neagle (treas.), G. Savage (V.P.), S. Towle (Pres), G. Carraher (Seer.), 
J. Polito, Row 2, C. Ford, L. Fitzpatrick A. Hollingshead, M. Buckley, M. Martin, P. Singer, K. Hollings- 
head, Row 3, D. Cambria, C. Turner, M. Cifrino, B. Reynolds, L. Congdon, S. Waaser, M. Higgins 



Sfjftiustt dub 




Row 1, S. Stoughton, J. Hirsh, A. Vecchione, V. Barnes, S. Mclntyre, P. Neagle, J. McGrath, D. Burns, 
L. Mulhern, Row 2, H. White, J. Emanuello, J. Marks, P. Burke, R. Whipple, E. Varunes, E. Kelleher, C. 
Bailey, D. O'Connell, C. Malone, Row 3, J. Simpson, S. Park, O. Martin, N. Edminster, R. O'Hayre, J. 
Sadler, C. Smith, T. Hall, M. Timpany 




Row 1; P. Bloomfield, (Historian); S. Stovold, (Treas.); M. O'Donnell, (Pres.); Mr. O'Neil; (Advisor); J. Rancore, 
(V.P.) K. Bailey, (Sec); C. Tibbetts. Row 2; D. O'Connell, A. Ashjian, D. Cambria, J. Shannon, K. Talerico, M. Martin, 
J. Hirsh, D. Williams. Row 3; S. Stoughton, S. Towle, J. Gleason, C. Haberstroh, B. Reynolds, M. Higgins, K. Smith. 






The Plane 



Disneyland 



Universal Studios 




The J. C. L. is a club devoted to the preservation and understanding of the classics 
I and the Latin language. In August, 1965, certain members of the J. C. L. were given 
an outstanding chance to learn in the J. C. L. tradition. They attended the National 



1 il 4 J. C. L. convention, held in Los Angeles California. This was the experience of J 
| J lifetime, as well as the highlight of J. C. L. activities in the past four years. 



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u.s.c. 




Row 1 P. Hill, L. Prescott, S. Morrison, R. O'Hayre, P. Hitt, D. Orr, C. Davis, A. Ashjian. Row 2 J. Rancore, M. Anderson, 
J. Henderson, D. Freedman, G. Dormitzer, Mr. MacDonald, S. Park, O. Martin, S. Fink, J. Neagle. 



"lousy with pure 
reeking with stark 
and fearlessly obscene 

but really clean 
get what I mean 
let's not spoil it 
let's make it serious 

e. e. cummings 



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Pef. <%b 




Row 1: S. Marsh, K. Oliver, C. Flint, S. Luckey, N. Yocum, D. Edminster, C. Martin, N. Chase, C. Ray. 
Row 2: L Ripley, D. Woomer, A. Grinnell, S. Day, P. Flint, S. Devin, L. O'Donnell, L. Congdon, M. God- 
win,. Row 3: C. Martin, R. O'Hayre, P. Tusing, S. Stoughton, J. Shannon, S. Libby, K. Souther, K. Spalt. 
Row 4: S. Park, S. Bohmer, V. Barnes, C. Stannard, O. Martin, K. Talerico, M. Martin, K. Turner, P. Gile. 
Row 5: S. Young, S. Wetzler, D. Prescott, A. Maree, M. Burke, K. Coddington, C. Bartlett, K. Martin, J. 
Anderson, M. McCormick, S. Williams, C. Tibbetts, E. Varunes, L. Hooper, M. Pearson, P. Burke. Row 6: 
L. Whipple, A. Ashjian A. Leonard, S. Leonard, M. Kelleher, D. Knowles. D. O'Connell, J. Hirsh, D. Byrnes, 
L. Mulhern, J. Skehan, K. Davis, P. Bloomfield. Row 8: W. Kerr, S. McCormick, K. Mulcahy, S. Prentice, 
D. Infusino, L. Campbell, M. Joyce, D. Bartlett, A. Donze. 




Row 1: C. Ford, B. Reynolds, S. Stovold, Mr. Boltz, M. A. Higgins, P. Baccari. Row 2: S. Park, R. Thomp- 
son, T. Grisdale, C. Ketcham, D. Freedman, D. Allen, W. Nickerson. 



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Seated, L. to R.: P. Hall, K. Hollingshead, M. Anderson, S. Williams, D. Johnson, L. Campbell, Mrs. Phipps. 
Row 2: J. Nardo, A. Maddigan, S. Marsh, M. Healy, M. Wilcoxon, L. Henderson, J. Polito. Row 3: P. Singer, 
B. Flanagan, L. Ripley, M. Ahearn, M. Duggan, A. Hathaway. 




Seated: L. Hooper, B. Anderson, P. Singer, S. McCormick, S. Young, S. Prentice, Mrs. Phipps, M. Wilcoxin, 
A. Hathaway, K. Mulcahy, Row 2: B. Keegan, L. Campbell, J. Anderson, L. Ripley, D. Edminster, D. 
Mitchell, J. Simpson, J. Henderson, M. Anderson, S. Williams, K. Hollingshead, M. Duggan, Row 3: P. Hall, 
P. Hill, K. Bailey, N. Sencabaugh, P. Bloomfield, K. Davis, M. Hunt, B. Reynolds, M. Higgins, D. Johnson, 
Row 4: D. Freedman, B. McGoodwin, C. Haberstroh, N. Stannard, P. Murray, J. Colpitts, C. Chamberlain. 



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Seated, L. to R.: O. Martin, M. Pearson, J. Gleason, M. Stanton, B. Reynolds, R. O'Hayre, C. 
Martin, W. Judd, C. Haberstroh, D. Chase, R. Thompson, J. Graham, M. Goodrich. 




Seated, L. to R.: L. Bloomfield, R. Whipple, J. Barrie, N. Murray, Mr. Rodgers, B. Fielding, B. Enders, M. Ahearn, 
L. Prescott, P. Laney. Row 2: B. Keegan, L. Whipple, P. McGrath, C. Jones, S. Henry, T. Patrolia, R. Tosi, D. 
Talarico, C. Smullen, A. Corddry, Row 3: J. Hurley, S. Stovold, K. Jones, D. LeDoux, S. Parks, J. Guilfoyle, D. 
Simeone, J. Corddry, D. Edminster, J. Talarico, Row 4: M. Mahoney, T. Carlson, D. Brennock, D. Quigley, C. Ketchum, 

S. Stovold, B. James, R. James. 




Row 1 (L-R) C. Tibbetts, S. Prentice, N. Edminster, L. Sargent, C. Davis, M. Pearson. Row 2 P. Hill, B. Carraher, M. 
Joyce, S. Day, A. Corddry, L. Congdon, M. Delaney, Mr. Shaw. Row 3 S. Park, D. Brennock, K. Libby, G. Boyt, T. Carlson, 
and C. Stannard. 




Row 1 (L-R) P. Taylor, T. Macklin, D. Keefe, B. Whipple, Row 2 K. Gile, S. Roy, M. McDermott, C. Burke, A. Boyt, 
Row 3 R. Patrolia, J. Emmons, M. Prendergast, B. Wood, T. O'Connell, F. Broderick. 




Row 1 J. Henderson, C. Tibbetts, S. McCormick, S. Prentice, M. Luckey — capt, C. Chamber- 
lain — capt, S. Stovold, C. Flint, D. Woomer, J. Skelhan, Row 2, J. Longo, L. Congdon, J. Ran- 
core, J. Guilfoyle, S. Parks, C. Stannard, G. Kramer, W. Protulis, S. Morrison, Row 3, N. 
Edminster, J. Keefe, K. Libby, N. Stannard, G. Boyt, S. Stovold, D. Hassan, J. Oldfield, J. 
Colpitts. 




Row 1, M. Pearson, L. Prescott, M. Lucky — treas., G. Boyt — vice-pres., C. Wheelwright — pres., 
W. Bates— sec, A. Hatheway, P. Singer, Row 2, E. Fitzpatrick, C. Flint, P. Bloomfield, J. Old- 
field, M. Higgins, S. Morrison, K. Hollingshead, Row 3, J. Guilfoyle, J. Corrdry, J. Crosby, 
C. Haberstroh, G. Hobbs, B. Reynolds, W. Judd, K. Tousley. 



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Stage* A-V CW> 




JW 1: B. Watson, R. O'Hayre, M. Salvador. Row 2: D. Wil- 
liams, K. Thayer. 




Row 7: R. Stamp, B. Goodfellow, G. Hubbell M. Golden, C. Beacock, M. Henderson Row 2 J. Emmons, F. Broderick, 
P. Rose, T. Macklin, D. McLean, E. Buckley, P. Devin, Row 3 P. McCarthy, J. Emmons, A. Madigaw, I. Stone, K. Haskel, 
D. Matteson 



95 





Few* R. O'Donnell, B. Buckley, R. Guilfoyle, B. Whipple, D. James Mr. Rodgers, M. Henderson, C. Nast, G. Bilodeau. Row 2: 
S. Healy, C. Fink, A. Lehr, J. Hunt, P. Zook, D. Corddry, B. Wood Row 3; J. Dean, C. Burke, J. Hill, D. McNulry, P. Lehr, 

S. Roy, N. Duggan J. Benedict, B. Wood, F. Moore 



96 



Dxom&ftc/ CM) 




7// Row, S. Stovold, L. Macklin, N. Stannard J. Corddry, K. 
Talarico, M. Martin. 2nd Row, J. Souther, C. Cashin, D. Pres- 
cott, A. Corddry, B. Carraher, M. Pratt, S. Luckey, S. Spinzola 
3rd Row, W. Judd, T. Carlson, S. Park, O. Martin C. Martin, 
J. Graham, R. O'Hayre 




1st Row, R. Ritter, C. Beacock, A. Madigan, M. Oldfield, K. 
Maher. 2nd Row: B. Joseph, D. Williams, B. Murphy, P. Smith, 
N. Anderson, M. Harrington 



JumJLvu Htgfc/ A^fc Club 




1st Row, D. McLean, L. Goodrich, P. Joyce, R. Ritter, C. Seeley 
2nd Row, J. Emmons, J. Emmons, K. Haskell, M. Golden, G. 
Beacock, D. Brownell, B. Goodfellow 3'd Row: A. Charles, 

D. Basmajian, A. Madigan, D. Chase, A. Boyt, T. Sinopoli, N. 
Sinopoli 4th Row; P. McCarthy, J. Congdon, P. Gile, J. Hall 

E. Peroncello, B. Joseph, J. Dusossoit, N. Anderson 




Seated, S. Stovold; S. Mclntyre Standing, H. Aulich, P. McGrath 
M. Higgins, A. Hathaway. 



97 




Row 1; L. Henderson, L. Whipple, C. Martin, D. Freedman, L. Congdon, L. Emanuello, P. Hill, 
M Stanton. Row 2; H. White, S. Fink, C. Wheelwright, J. Boyer, K. Davis, J. Gleason, A. 
Leonard, S. Young. Row 3; D. Edminster, O. Martin, B. Butman, R. Goodwin, P. Hirt, R. 
O Hayre, D. Tasi, A. Grinnell 



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The Bench 



In action 





The Coach 



Jtuu&iS — 



Throw him in the showers 



The defeated 




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GRADUATION 



TARDY BELLS 



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COUPLES 



THE I OOD 



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EACH OTHER 



HULL & RIOTS 



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EL CAPATI AND DICK KWOK 



MR. COHEN S JOKES 



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STICKIN' TOGETHER 



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TEi.i-piioNi poi i a i -rin m a< ii 



AND SO MI If H MORE" 



David Ainslie leaves his Vette to any 
teacher who can handle it. 



Colette Ford leaves arguments with 
Mr. Collins to other Kennedy fans. 



Suzy Morrison leaves her marshal 

gladly!!! 



Barbara Anderson leaves those tardy 
passes to Jerry Pattison. 

Marie Anderson leaves Mr. Wunschel 
helpless. 

Patty Arnold leaves a book of new 
jokes and smart remarks to Mr. 
Cohen and Mr. Sheehan. 

Lee Aroner leaves all his bluffers to 
Mr. Davis. 

Linda Bartlett leaves three not so quiet 
sisters to Mr. Cohen. 

Winnie Bates leaves Mr. Di with the 
lights on. 

Jean Boyer leaves her "Pits" signs to 
Bobby and Fred to figure out. 

Greg Boyt leaves in one of Mr. Di's 
UFO's. 

Linda Campbell leaves a half burned 
Latin poster to whoever wants it. 

Gail Carraher leaves nothing! She's 
taking it all with her. 

Pat Casey leaves his build to Hudson 
Carmody. 

Cary Chamberlain leaves Mr. Di's 
UFO's to next year's Calculus class. 

Sheila Devin leaves with a diamond 
on her left hand. 

Norman Edminster leaves his camera 
and a certain girl. 

Suzanne Feola leaves CHS quickly. 

Sue Fink leaves while there are still 
a few absentee cards around. 

Libby Fitzpatrick leaves her puzzles 
to the French Dept. 

Cheryl Flint leaves a cracked light- 
house. 

Pam Flint leaves Friday nights up 
town to L. 



Leslie Fortier leaves all her religious 
problems to Mr. Collins. 

Jay Graham leaves his isometric ex- 
ercises behind. 

Jim Guilfoyle leaves his Physics book 
to any fool who wants it. 

Kathy Hernan leaves CHS gladly but 
quietly. 

Peter Hitt leaves the school to find 
Larry Simms. 

Kim Hollingshead leaves "Blabber- 
mouth" to Mr. Cohen. 

Linda Hooper leaves Mr. Cohen to 
.anyone who wants him. 

"Munt" Hunt leaves her shoes to any- 
one brave enough to wear them. 

Dotty Infusino leaves a year's supply 
of OH de London to Mr. Collins. 

Marion Jones leaves Mr. Williams in 
peace. 

Janet Keefe leaves the perplexities of 
French to her sister. 

Ellen Kelleher leaves Spanish II to 
anyone who wants to take it. 

Kevin Libby leaves Cohasset High 
another generation of Libbys. 

Mary Litchfield leaves Mr. Williams 
in peace. 

Mike Luckey leaves Honor studies to 
CHS. 

Sandy McCormick leaves her first lunch 
to all new marshals. 

Gina McEwan leaves sky diving to 
J.D.A. and cashews to Dennis. 

Janet McNeil leaves 3 5's to Mr. Shee- 
han. 

Helen Mitchell leaves one mother if 
anyone needs one. 



Kathy Mulcahy leaves her curls to the 
Toni Company. 

Fred Nardo leaves the "group" to 
next year's seniors. 

Laurie O'Donnell leaves her pink polka 
dot bikini to anyone brave enough 
to wear it. 

Maureen O'Donnell leaves seven broth- 
ers to follow. 

Bobby O'Hayre leaves a lifetime sup- 
ply of Ralph bags. 

John Oldfield leaves Dale instructions. 

Doug Orr leaves his rocket ship to Mr. 
Dunn. 

Ed Orton leaves one slightly used 
combat jacket to anyone who wants 

it. 

Steve Pattyson leaves his basketball 
career to any other 5 '4" star. 

Ann Poland leaves her tap dancing 
talent to anyone who wants it. 

Sherry Pratt leaves the majorettes to 
anyone who can handle them. 

Sue Prentice leaves her boyfriends and 
the driveway to Phyll. 

Peter Purcell leaves for West Roxbury. 

Steve Richards leaves it to Beaver. 

Darleen Ritter leaves her gum wrap- 
pers and vocab work to Mr. Shee- 
han. 

Russel Salyards leaves "One Big Sal- 
yards" to CHS. 

Linda Sargent leaves best wishes for 
the success of the Student Council. 

Gail Savage leaves her racing stripe 
to anyone who wants a VW sports 
car. 



102 



John Simpson leaves his sports jackets 
to whoever will wear them. 

Nick Stannard leaves his misplaced S 
to Mrs. Croan. 

Sandy Towle leaves E.P. to anyone 
who will promise to take good care 
of him. 

Elaine Varunes leaves Cohasset to any 
Rip-Van-Winkle. 

Joe Vecchione leaves his Beachwood 
"aging". 

Sandy Waaser leaves without regrets. 

Peter Walsh leaves Mr. Cohen and 
his jokes to all underclassmen. 



Cheryl Wheelwright leaves Mr. Di a 
padded, perfumed yardstick. 

Sue Williams leaves her hockey stick 
to "Crancy". 

Debby Woomer leaves her mother to 
the library. 

Richard Kwok leaves no ill will to 
the class of '67, as for best wish- 



Gel Capati leaves with only good 
memories. 

Lynne Prescott leaves her fantastic mu- 
sical talent and love for the band 
to Steve Park. 

Bob Nilsen leaves all his math notes 
to Mr. Davis. 



Jackie Neagle leaves Mr. Cohen clean- 
ing out her locker. 

Geoff Hobbs leaves his penmanship 
to anybody. 

Bob Settino leaves his footprints to 
the school. 

Judy Rancore leaves Tim to get new 
recruits for Tuesday nights. 

Bob Leach leaves everybody far below. 

Ian Kerr leaves his paisley pants to 
Harry. 

Carl Martin leaves his football uni- 
form to a 250-lb. tackle. 

Orin Martin leaves his athletic equip- 
ment to the school. 




PteskW/ Ufcby W/ CWj& BVui Gim Budk 



To 



N'udk Qonl I A PtouA Etdlm And A Waf>f>y 



Helen Mitchel finally got a joke !!!!!!!!!! 



FREMTCE BROWS 
NEW COMPETITION 



Gail Savage, Dave Ainslie 
and Pete Walsh have 
opened a new car shop on 
3A. Gail specializes in 
VW sportscars; Dave in 
Vettes; and naturally Pet- 
er's specialty is in the tiny 
Honda room. Good luck 
to these ambitious car 
dealers. 



Laurie and Gini are still 
searching for that perfect 



wave. 



Suzey Morrison, New York 
sophisticate, just flew to Eur- 
ope. 



BfRTUS 

Marie Anderson has just given 
birth to her 13th as Mrs. Del 
Smiley. 



Lynne 
birth 

and Paul? 



Coletti has just 
to twins — boys- 



given 
-Peter 



Dale Oldfield 
birth to a 9-lb. 
fifth. 



has just given 
5-oz. boy, their 



Jackie Neagle recently 
birth to a girl, her third. 



gave 



Cheryl Wheelwright has finally 
given in to the Reverend Earle W. 
Miller and married him. 



Sandy Towle, now married, is a 
Recreational Director, on the good 
ship USS Fun. 



President Libby, we the people wish 
that thou were not so gullible. 



MODERN ART 

Pat Simpson, just sold 
her latest masterpiece 
for $10,000, but hus- 
band, John is still her 
#1 fan. 

Doug Orr, world 
renowned artist is 
now roughing it 
in Greenwich Vil- 
lage. 



WORLD OP BUSINESS 



Tom Berry has just purchased a world wide 
Merc Sloop Co. This is the latest of his many 
business ventures. 

Joe Vecchione has astonished the world with 
his brilliant mathematical computations. 

Bob Settino, Internationally known playboy, has 
just opened a "Large Size" shoe factory. 



NEWSFLASHES ON NEW TEAO/ERS 

Maureen O'Donnell, new Spanish teacher at CHS, has just 
taken on the mammoth task of advising the 1987 Tessahoc 
Staff. Lots of Luck!! 

Sue Williams has entered into a partnership with Miss Ba- 
baean. In spare time Winnie Bates tutors students with their 
kyps. Lucky for Miss Babaean and Sue to have such a pro 
right in town ! ! 



Kim Hollingshead is teaching abroad in France. She's not 

as angelic as she always used to be, might I add. 

Lee Aroner is bluffing his way along as a Math teacher at 

CHS. 



Steve Pattyson, of course, returns every Halloween. 



COMASSET-WERrZ AG^NT; 

Kathy Hernan, Sue Feola, Mary Litchfield, and 
Marion Jones have just recently been appointed Co- 
hasset agents for the Hertz Rent A Car Co. They 
are all B.U. and B.C. graduates in Business Ad- 
ministration. 

Leslie Fortier has been appointed as head of Food 
Services at CHS. 



Darleen Ritter has opened 
a lobster stand of her very 



own. 



BER£SON'S NEW 
OWNERS 

Linda Sargent, Judy Ran- 
core, and Debbie Woomer 
have just bought Bergson's. 



108 



C&ka&eJb 



Cottager 



Jum 4, 1 987 



ife C8as$ of '67 

TU Best Ctass t©/ GWuafo fn/Tu^ttiy Vea^s!! 



T. V. 



Bob Leach has replaced 
Lurch on "The Adams 
Family". He is great for 
the part. 



DONT 
EVER, 
FORGET! 

SWOP AT 
YOUR/ VERY OU/N 

NO/EUY 

aoru\N& 

SWOP 

RUN BY 
(AN fc£RR, 
MUNT 

CWRJSNfSU/ANDER, 



REGfS REP. 

Kathy Mulcahy, 
married to Chica- 
go's Jr. Senator, 
has recently been 
appointed as Re- 
gis' local repre- 
sentative in that 
city. 



pounce: 

Collette Ford has been 
appointed to the Ken- 
nedy staff as Press 
Agent. 



JUST MARR/ED 

Sheila Devin has just 
married Tom McDon- 
ald, successful MIT 
graduate. 



THEATER/. 

Helen Mitchell and Nick Stannard are co- 
starring in Broadway's latest smash produc- 
tion. 

Sue Prentice and Ann Poland have joined 
up with the Rockettes. 



APPOINTMENTS FRO/U THE 
OFFICE. OF FR-ESfDENT UBBV 

Gail Carraher has been appointed 
as a foreign diplomat. She's still 
talking her way out of things ! 
Dotty Infusino has been given the 
position of President Libby's pri- 
vate secretary. 



LOCAL DOCTOR, AND NURSE 

Dr. Winnie Bates and Nurse San- 
dy McCormick have just taken over 
Dr. Sceery's office. 



WORLD OF FASWfON 



Sue Fink has become a fashion de- 
signer and the proud wife of famed 
football star Russ Salyards. 



SPORTS!! 

Janet Keefe has won 6 gold medals in the Olympics. 
(Men's Division.) 

Jay Graham has just won the World's Light 
Weight Division Championship. 

Pat Casey has just been awarded Player of the 
Year by the NFL. He plays for the Boston 
Patriots when he is not at "Crusher's." 



OUR/ 
FOREIGNERS 



Dick Kwok is a fam- 
ous Chinese physicist. 
Gell is happily mar- 
ried. Linda Hooper 
has gone to Venezuela 
with her Jorge. Libby 
Fitz has joined the 
Foreign Service. 



TOURING THE WORLD??? 



Greg Boyt, Peter Hitt, Carl Martin, F. Nardo Orin Martin, 
Bob O'Hayre, Peter Purcell, and Ed Orton have been touring 
the world for the past twenty years. We hope they settle 
down soon, and find their ways back to civilization. 




Pam Flint and 
Cary Chamberlain 
have just entered 
into a joint part- 
nership. They 
bought a ski lodge 
in New Hamp- 
shire. 



Elaine Varunes has returned to her beloved Buffalo. 

Mike Luckey, Jim Guilfoyle, and Geoff Hobbs have just 
won their respective Supreme Court Cases 



BESTSELLERS 

Life Philosophy 

by Jean Martin 
Manners 

by Norm Edminster 
Anything 

by Paul Hoffman 
Advice for All 

by Ellen Kelleher 
Charm 

by Sandy Waaser 
Political and 
Religious Theory 

by Judy Rancore 

109 



Daniel F. Featherston, Jr. 
James R. DeGiacomo 
Irwin M. Golden 
Richard D. Leggat 
George W. McLaughlin 
David E. Place 



Oscar C. Johnson O.D. 
Dr. William G. Matteson 
Dr. Edward A. McCarthy 
Dr. Richard Monsees 
Frederick F. O'Brien, M.D. 
Robert T. Sceery M.D. 
Edward H. Seadale D.D.S. 
Richard B. Singer M.D. 
Richard R. Smith, M.D. 
Dr. Howard S. Reid 



1 10 



Potions 



Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Ainslie, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank X. Anderson 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Anderson 

Mrs. Edwin F. Arnold 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Barnicle 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Bartlett, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Lot E. Bates, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene D. Boyer 

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Boyt 

Mr. arid Mrs. R. M. Campbell 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Carraher 

Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Edminster 

Mr. and Mrs. Randolph A. Feola 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Fink 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Fitzpatrick 

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon E. Flint 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Flint 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Ford 

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Graham, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Guilfoyle 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Hernan, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Hitt 

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Hobbs 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Hoffman, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Hollingshead, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Hooper 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Infusino 

Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Keefe 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelleher 

Mr. and Mrs. Milton L. Kerr 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Y. T. Kwok 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Leach, II 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Libby 

Mrs. Emily Litchfield 



Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mrs. Mildred 



Douglas B. Luckey 
Dwight C. Macau ley 
Orin K. Martin, Jr. 
Charles J. McCormick 
John Mitchell 
James W. Morrison 
Bernard Mulcahy 
Vincent Nardo 
Leo E. Neagle, Jr. 
Frank C. Niswander 
Joseph J. O'Donell 
Maurice H. O'Donnell 
Robert O'Hayre 
John C. Oldfield 
Samuel T. Orton, Jr. 
William E. Poland 
Edwin H. Pratt 
Phillip N. Prentice 
Lloyd W. Prescott 
Norbert V. Reardon, Jr. 
Carroll H. Richards 
Harry H. Ritter 
James R. Salyards 
Stewart S. Sargent 
Kent M. Savage 
Charles R. Simpson 
Richard B. Singer 
Charles R. Stannard 
Herbert R. Towle 
Arthur Vecchione 
C. Winslow Waaser 
Thomas Walsh 
Frank S. Wheelwright 
Warren H. Williams 
Woomer 



Compliments 
of 

ELENA SESTITO 
FLORIST 



23 South Main Street 
383-1966 
Cohasset Village 



3H3-H534 



Residence 
LO 6-3713 



ANTIQUES BOUGHT AND SOU) 
Glass - China - Furniture - Copper - Brass 



VXD Hll.l. RODMAV 



ROUIE 3A, COUASSRT 
NEXT TO THE JJ ICE CREAM 



SIMONE'S LIQUOR 
STORE 

27 South Main Street 
Cohasset Village 

383-0215 



Compliments of 

STUART SHOE CO. 



Scituate 
LI 5-3619 



and 



Cohasset 
383-9290 



Best of Lucie 

to the 
Class of 1967 
from the 

COHASSET 
WINTER GARDENS 



VILLAGE 
CAMERA SHOP 



Route 3A — Tedeschis 
383-9354 



The Only Direct 
Kodak Processing In 
Cohasset. 



BETTY BRITE 

DRIVE-IN CLEANERS 

"2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS" 

14 Nantasket Ave. 

Hull, Mass. 

Phone -925-9815 
* 

111 Riply Road 

Cohassett, Mass. 
Phone 383-9677 



Compliments of 

RICHARD ABBADESSA JR. 
MOBIL SERVICE STA. 

West Corner 



Compliments of 



LOKIE'S 



235 Hull Street 
Cohasset 

383-0544 



VINCENT'S BARBOR SHOP 

14 Nantasket Ave. 
West Corner 



MACKINNON SHOES 

Stagecoach Way 
Cohasset Center 
383-9469 



Have an appointment 




Shows yoi/'re thinking 




I 



C.H.S. 




make it small change 




Ian, you're sweet 





suction cups 




What's the word 



MONA FRIEL 
Hair Stylist 



Five Stage Coach Way 
Cohasset, Mass. 

Tel. 383-1490 



Best Wishes 
From 

DWYER'S 
CLEANERS 

Route 3A Cohasset 



Complete Home & Office Cleaning 

• WINDOWS CLEANED 

• FLOORS WASHED & WAXED 

FORE & AFT CLEANING 

JIMMclNNIS LI 5-1482 



Compliments 
a Friend 



to 

the Class 
of '67 



Tel. 383-0553 
Cohasset Harbor 
Socony Products 



MARKS SERVICE 
STATION 




120 Elm St. 
Road Service 

MANUAL A. MARKS 
(Prop.) 




The 1704 Air Conditioned 

RED LION 
INN 



Main St. Cohasset Village 383-1704 
MEMBER OF CARTE BLANCHE 



Compliments 
of 

HARBOR LIQUOR STORE 

97 Elm Street 
383-9393 Cohasset, Mass. 



ft 



CURTIS 



^COMPACT 

CONVENIENCE FOOD STORE 

~^picTriDAiLy 

8 A.M. To 1 1 P.M. 

INCLUDING SUNDAYS 

AND HOLIDAYS 
For Your Convenience 



look out! 




Dear John, 




Oh. Mr. Di. 




We want straws! 



52 South Main Street 
Cohasset Village 



.7 ^ 



taste like it 





plop 




censored! 



Best Wishes 
to 

the Class of 1967 



COHASSET 
COLONIAL 
PHARMACY 




South Main Street 
Cohasset, Mass. 



Compliments of 

BROOKS PHARMACY 

DANIEL J. GAITINGS, JR. 
Registered Pharmacist 

North Scituate 
Phone 545-1020 



= FUEL I no 

NORTH SCITUATE, MASS. 

Heating Installations 

TEL 5450123 




SCITUATE HARBOR 
NORTH SCITUATE 



BERGSON 

ICE 
CREAM 

RGSON'S ICECREAM 




Route 3A Ciishing Plaza 
Cohasset 



ICE CREAM 
AND 



FINE FOODS 
TEL. 383-1942 




TOWLE ELECTRICAL COMPANY, 

INC. 

5 Brook St. Cohasset Village 

Electrical Contractors 
General Electric Sales and Service 
Phone 383-0036 Est. 1921 




Your feet smel 




Minors only! 




. . . see no 



evil" 




Ouch! 




Compliments and Best Wishes 
to 

Our Boys and Girls of Cohasset 
From * 

HUGO'S 



FASHION FABRICS 

North Scituate 
Mass. 



BAILEY OIL CORP. 
BAILEY CO. 

Plumbing and Heating 
770 Country Way 

N. Scituate, Mass. 
545-0088 



W. R. SCHULTZ 
COMPANY, INC. 



340 Gannett 
North Scituate 

545-0508 749-2000 

Fuel Oils 



PAUL'S SUNOCO 




151 So. Main St. 
Cohasset, Mas%. 

EV 3-9600 

"Good Luck, Class 
of '66" 



PAUL ST. JOHN, 
Proprietor 



THE 

COUNTRY PACKAGE 
STORE 
INC. 

No. Scituate 545-1011 



RJ'S LAUNDROMAT 

North Scituate 
COIN-OP 

Wash 
Dry 
Dryclean 
Press 
CAR WASH 



MIRROR PUBLICATIONS 

777 Country Way 
North Scituate. Mass. 

LI 5-0275 EV 3-1920 



BLUE BONNET 
BABY SHOP 

794 Country Way 
No. Scituate, Mass. 

Tel. Scituate 545-2092 



Good Luck to the Class 
of 1967 

THE SCITUATE CLEANERS 

North Scituate, Mass. 




School Supplies 
Office Supplies 



Only his hairdresser 
knows for sure. 




Meanwhile back at 
the UFO factory 




Fink at work. 




8 m 

Amid his beloved 
books. 




Feet up, here comes 
the Jr. High 




Twinkle Toes 




Bottoms Up 




Clark Kent and 
Lois Lane 




New Girl 




Best dressed 



Compliments of 

BROOKS PHARMACY 

DANIEL J. GAITINGS, JR. 
Registered Pharmacist 

North Scituate 
Phone 545-1020 



REAL ESTATE INSURANCE 

JOHN P. CONNIFF & CO. 

358 Gannett Rd. 
North Scituate Shopping Center 
383-1747 545-4400 

"Serving The South Shore" 



L P. CARPENTER 
Interior Decorators 

Telephone 545-0988 

333 Gannett Road 
North Scituate 



SARAH LAWRENCE 
BEAUTY SALON 

62 South Main St. 
Cohasset, Mass. 
Tel.: 383-1710 



GEORGE'S 
AIR CONDITIONED 
BARBER SHOP 

North Scituate, Mass. 
Tel.: LI 5-2389 



= FUEL I no, 

NORTH SCITUATE, MASS. 

Heating Installations 



TEL 5450123 
• 



*clt 



Women's Apparel and Accessories 

SCITUATE HARBOR, .MASS. 

HELEN M HASBROUCK. OWNER 
TEL 545-1418 



C. CRAWFORD 
HOLLIDGE 

North Scituate 



PAUL'S SUNOCO 




151 So. Main St. 
Cohasset, MasV 

EV 3-9600 

"Good Luck, Class 
of '66" 



PAUL ST. JOHN, 
Proprietor 



Compliments of 

CENTRAL MARKET 

Cohasset Center 



CUSHING PLAZA 
DRUG STORE 

Cushing Plaza 
383-1001 
Route 3A 
Cohasset Mass. 



Compliments of 
"Terry Logan's" 

COHASSET LIQUORS, INC. 



Route 3A 
Next to 
Tedeschi's 



HINGHAM JEWELERS 

Best of Luck 
to the Class 
of 1966 



Compliments of 

CUTLER BUICK 




115 Ripley Road Cohasset 
383-1244 



STEVE DWYER 
REALTOR 

Cushing Plaza 



Route 3A 
Cohasset 



Call: 383-9100 
545-2838 



Hard Workers 




The beach 









A 




N 






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m 



H20 




th 



8 group 




yeh 



that's Ed 




satisfaction 




Bob, they're all sold! 




friendship 




Where's Mr. Clean? 



TWIN CITY 

Cleaners & Launderers, 
Inc. 



The South Shore's home 
for the best in fabric care 

Call 749-2626 



CITY 

CLEANSERS ( 
UUNDERERS. INC. 



QUINCY 

62 Newport Ave. 
GR 2-0678 

HINGHAM 
7 Main St. 

749-0461 



MINGHAM 
Route 3A 

749-2626 

SO. WEYMOUTH 
979 Main St. (Rt. 18) 

ED 7-5424 



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